Fort Chiswell racked up 516 yards of total offense in running away with a 49-13 football win over Radford Friday night in Max Meadows.
The Pioneers (3-0) staked out to a 20-0 lead midway through the second quarter on a 10-yard pass from Brett Mabry to Chase Rathbone, a 12-yard strike from Mabry to Joe Stoneman and a 1-yard plunge by Patrick Beidleman.
The Bobcats (0-3) finally struck at 6:53 mark of the second quarter when Isiah Carter rambled 11-yards to make it 20-6. Radford would strike again at the 3:13 mark of the quarter when D'Andre Cook scrambled from 2-yards out and the PAT made it 20-13.
Fort Chiswell owned the second half, outscoring Radford 29-0 en route to the win.
Radford, who tallied 198 yards of total offense, was led by 49 yards from Carter.
Patrick Beidleman led Fort Chiswell with 177 yards rushing on eight carries and three touchdowns.